Tullow Oil are headquartered in London, England and employ over 900 people worldwide. The company have interests in 90 licences in 22 countries, are a constituent of FTSE 100 index with shares quoted on the London and Irish Stock Exchanges.
Tullow Oil's operations are global and span Africa, Europe, South Asia and South America. In recent years, in particular, activities and investment have been focused on major projects in Ghana and Uganda, which together with an exciting exploration portfolio across Africa, establishes Tullow as Africa's leading independent oil company.
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Oil price Wednesday's rise in crude prices continued yesterday as the market got to grips with the inventory numbers, not just in crude but in product where gasoline demand is picking up pretty much worldwide. In addition the situation in the Middle East continues to worsen with Ramada and now Palmy... Monday, May 25, 2015
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has granted Tullow Oil Norge AS a drilling permit for well 6507/11-11, cf. Section 8 of the Resource Management Regulations. Well 6507/11-11 will be drilled from the Leiv Eriksson drilling facility in position 65° 14' 16.06'' north and 7° 30' 39.31'... Wednesday, May 13, 2015
AziNam Ltd., the offshore Namibia focused exploration company, is pleased to announce that it has received government approval for it to assume operatorship of Petroleum Exploration Licence 34, offshore Namibia, and that it has also opened its office in Windhoek, the capital of Namibia. Government ... Tuesday, May 12, 2015
The UK general election is compounding nervousness in an industry already worried about its future, as tight opinion polls suggest there will be no clear winner, opening up space for insurgent parties. The May 7 election retains some familiar features, including business backing for the Conservativ... Wednesday, May 6, 2015
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Oil price The oil price primarily tracked the weak dollar yesterday, rising as US GDP figures disappointed and rate hikes were postponed. The EIA inventory stats also provided some succour for WTI, with the stock build being 1.9m barrels lower than the consensus of 2.3m. Whisper it very quietly but... Thursday, April 30, 2015